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    Quote Originally Posted by blissblogger View Post
    I feel like I speak with some authority here when I say that this is definitely not good golf course music.

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    THIS is golf.


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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    I really like Caravan, although I have to look past the lame gnome shit and just listen to the music. That long tune (Nine Feet Underground) that closes Land of Grey and Pink is top.
    Let's break dissensus and make a prog rock thread
    Took a rest stop that wasn't on the schedule

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattycakes_ View Post
    Let's break dissensus and make a prog rock thread
    Woebot is a prog guy

    http://www.dissensus.com/showthread....highlight=Prog

    http://www.dissensus.com/showthread....highlight=Prog

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    Craner is big into prog too

    http://www.dissensus.com/showthread....highlight=Prog

    I don't encourage this kind of behaviour

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka View Post
    Craner is big into prog too

    http://www.dissensus.com/showthread....highlight=Prog

    I don't encourage this kind of behaviour
    Decent trolling in that one from you. Nothings changed I see.
    Took a rest stop that wasn't on the schedule

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    Somehow has to police this place it's not a free for all

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    Craner's slewing of a painting I liked today as being "essentially tasteless, overstuffed" had me looking at the area I work in (near Liverpool Street) today in terms of how overstuffed and hopelessly jumbled it is. An ugly morass of high rise office buildings, cranes, billboards, 19th century stonework, etc.

    Maybe I'm just rehearsing Eliot again. Heap of broken images.

    Does this effect the music we make, the music we hear? The internet is a big jumble, discontinuous - and yet enclosed, programmed, predictable, coercive.
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    Perfect image of the (should I say?) Palimpsest of mental life today, the old and new jostling for attention.

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    Me and youngman barty patrolling "the area around Liverpool Street" as we speak

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corpsey View Post
    Perfect image of the (should I say?) Palimpsest of mental life today, the old and new jostling for attention.
    this great essay Junkspace by Rem Koolhaas from 2002 is about that, its specific spur is the architectural styles of global nonspaces, airports etc, the jumble of eras - but it's sufficiently abstract and poetic that you could read it as a description of what the internet is like, as you say old and new jostling messily - and most real-world urban spaces as well

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    aint listened to this lot in a long time but the most recent Mekons album is all about and inspired by the desert https://mekons.bandcamp.com/album/deserted

    theres a track on here thats about Rimbauds time in Etheopia

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